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WLS migration to JBoss

Chengwei Lee
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Are there any tools or guides that would help in migrating from WebLogic Server to JBoss AS?


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Wiley Snyder
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Chengwei Lee
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Originally posted by Wiley Snyder:
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Thats a good one.

For MySQL, they've a migration toolkit to ease some pains in moving over from other DBMS, maybe JBoss should have something similar. Or perhaps a document to help in migrating.
Dave Salter
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Don't know if this helps...

http://wiki.jboss.org/wiki/Wiki.jsp?page=PortingFromWeblogic
Chengwei Lee
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Originally posted by Dave Salter:
Don't know if this helps...

http://wiki.jboss.org/wiki/Wiki.jsp?page=PortingFromWeblogic


Any help, is appreciated.

Thanks
S Davis
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While we don't specifically talk about migrating from App Server X to App Server Y, we do take great pains to make our application as server-neutral as possible. We sidebar areas that are JBoss specific in each chapter.

The good news is the code tends to be container-neutral. It is the deployment descriptors that tend to be container-specific. You can mitigate much of this through the use of XDoclet.
 
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